RESEARCH TRAINING

The Graduate School of Health handles the basic module "Research Training – Module I" which is a mandatory part of the research training programme for doctors enrolled in medical specialist training (speciallægeuddannelsen) in the North Denmark Region.

In addition, Aarhus University has created an advanced studies course in research training ("Research Training - Module II"). The course addresses doctors enrolled in a study programme who have completed the basis module “Research Training - Module I”, and to whom no independent advanced studies course is available. This course is also handled by the Graduate School of Health.

Research Training - Module I (basic)

The basis module “Research Training – module I” covers research questions, evidence scores and literature search, among other things. This is carried out through “journal clubs” where the clinical consequence of the research is being assessed. 

See full course description for Research Training - Module I (PDF) (in Danish)

Upcoming courses and enrolment

The following courses in module I are available:

Module I during 2017:  

  • 16 - 18 January 2017 in Aarhus.
  • 13 - 15 March 2017 in Aarhus.
  • 27 - 29 March 2017 in Aalborg
  • 21 - 23 August 2017 in Aarhus.
  • 13 - 15 November 2017 in Aarhus.

Application: Randi Ulrikke Aaberg-Warncke

Enrolment

Contact the course administrator (see above) via e-mail to enrol in "Research Training – module I". We ask you to state the following:

  • Relevant course title and date
  • Your private address to which the graduate school can forward the course material

We have 24 seats available for the courses taking place in Aarhus, while 20 seats are available in Aalborg. Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Application deadline: Six weeks before the first day of the course.
After the application deadline has expired, all applicants are informed about either enrolment or reference to a future course.

Research Training – Module II (advanced)

The course is an advancement of the basis module "Research Training - Module I", and it is emphasised that course participants use their clinical working day as a starting point.

In addition to the content of the basis module (research questions, evidence scores and literature search etc.), Module II covers detailed research training within statistics, epidemiology, clinically controlled studies, qualitative research as well as quality insurance and accreditation. Furthermore, students will continue to work with the mandatory paper on research training.

Upcoming courses and enrolment

The following courses in module II are available:

Module II during 2017 in Aarhus

  • 6 - 9 February 2017
  • 23 - 26 October 2017 

Application: Helle Mellerup

Enrolment

Please contact the course contact person (see above) via e-mail to enrol in "Research Training – module II". We ask you to state the following:

  • Relevant course title and date
  • Your private address to which the graduate school can forward the course material

We have 24 seats available for the courses taking place in Aarhus. Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Application deadline: Six weeks before the first day of the course.
After the application deadline has expired, all applicants are informed about either enrolment or reference to a future course.

Need help?

Helle Mellerup

Course Administrator